Read Any Good Books Lately?
for the week of 11/4/99
OK, so the Internet is more-or-less free, but are you sure the fishkeeping information you get there is reliable (other than our site, of course)? Every hobbyist should certainly have a few top reference works on hand, if not a complete library of them. Here are what I feel are among the best of the best. Many are readily available at your local fish store; some are a bit harder to find.
- Beginners - Tetra Fishkeeper’s Guide to a Healthy Aquarium
- Intermediate - Tetra Encyclopedia of Tropical Fish
- Expert - Tetra Aquariology Master Edition
- Fish Identification - Axelrod Atlas or Mini-Atlas
- Beginners - Tetra Guide to Natural Aquarium
- Intermediate - Practical Guide to Aquarium Plants
- Plant Identification - Practical Guide to Aquarium Plants
- Beginners - Tetra Popular Guide to the Cichlid Aquarium
- Intermediate - Tetra East African, West African, Dwarf and Large Cichlid books
- African Cichlid Identification - Practical Guide to African Cichlids 1 & 2
- Beginner Overall - New Marine Aquarist
- Intermediate Overall - Conscientious Marine Aquarist
- Beginner Fish - Tetra Encyclopedia of Marine Aquariums
- Fish Identification - Burgess Atlas or Mini-Atlas
- Intermediate Reef - Natural Reef Aquariums
- Expert Reef - Reef Aquarium 1 & 2 and Modern Coral Reef Aquarium 1 & 2
- Coral Identification - Practical Guide to Corals
- Marine - Diseases of Marine Aquarium Fish
- Freshwater - Color Guide of Tropical Fish Diseases
- Pond - Koi Health and Disease
"Tip of the week" appeared regularly in 1999 and 2000.
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